Currently All David Rosales Jewelry Requires 6 Weeks To Make
Take a look at this David Rosales Stardust Cross Pendant, a stunning piece of Native American jewelry. Made in Gallup, New Mexico, by talented Navajo artists, this sterling silver cross pendant shines with carefully placed Kingman turquoise, Picasso opal, and bits of white and purple cultured opal. The standout feature? A bright blue topaz, right in the center, sparkling in the light and making the whole pendant glow.
Putting together something this intricate isn't quick work. Each stone is cut by hand and fitted perfectly next to its neighbor. By my count there are 51 tiny hand-cut stones in this cross pendant. This is a craft that needs steady hands, years of experience, lots of time, and some special tools. The artists who make these are top-notch – they're doing things with inlay work that most folks would never even attempt.
David Rosales is the designer behind this pendant and is well-known for his brilliant color collections. He calls this the Stardust Collection due to its sparkle. Its colors do remind you of some of the wild photos from outer space.
This cross pendant is just under 2" long (including the bail) and 1" wide.
There is an enormous amount of work that goes into creating this stunning jewelry. Due to this, we kindly ask that you allow around six weeks for delivery. I can assure you that it will be worth the wait. This cross pendant will be the new star of your jewelry collection.